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Sales pros always talk about their “pitch,” the words and phrases they use to nail down a deal. But the most successful sales pros understand the secrets revealed in this book-the nonverbal messages that clients send. Here are clear instructions-and a DVD of nonverbal sales skills in action-that help you to interpret facial expressions, gestures, eye shifts, and many other signals-and then use them to the sales person's advantage.
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Understand the selling secrets of body language-and close more sales
Indirect eye contact. Crossed arms. Fidgeting. Buyers are sending constant signals that can tell you how to make a sale. The key is to recognize what these signals mean - and be prepared with a meaningful response.
The Art of Nonverbal Selling offers clear instructions on reading the nonverbal cues that can make or break a sale. This easy-to-read action guide helps you decode facial expressions, gestures, eye shifts, and other buyer signals from first meeting right through closing, enabling you to
As a sales professional, you probably spend hours refining your verbal sales pitch. But what does your body language - and your client's - communicate? Do you know the significance of a palm-down handshake as opposed to palm up? Sitting with your legs crossed? What about a prospect who touches his nose frequently or puts his feet on his desk? What are these gestures saying about the possibility of a sale?
The truth is, nonverbal communication constitutes 55% of the information expressed during a meeting. According to author Gerhard Gschwandtner, approximately 800 nonverbal messages are exchanged during the average 30-minute sales call - which makes recognizing the signals a critical skill that can double or triple your success rate when combined effectively with your other selling skills.
Fortunately, you don't need to be a psychologist to do this. The Art of Nonverbal Selling arms you with the tools and knowledge to do it yourself with specific steps for using nonverbal as well as verbal selling power during every phase of the sales process. Covering everything from preparation, opening and needs analysis to presentation, objections and closing, this invaluable sales tool includes:
Gerhard Gschwandtner is the founder and publisher of Selling Power. He has more than three decades of international sales and marketing experience and is considered one of the leading experts in the field of sales performance.
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